UPDATE: 7 Formal Charges in Deadly Motorcycle Crash, Driver had 3 Previous OWIs

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UPDATE

WEDNESDAY 8/22/2018 2:30 p.m.

Codi Miller has been formally charged in Calumet County on the charges previously reported by Local 5 (SEE: WEDNESDAY 8/22/2018 12:16 p.m.).

According to court documents, should Miller make bond and be released, he would not be allowed to enter any taverns or be in or around any establishment where the main purpose is the sale and/or consumption of alcohol, including liquor stores.

Miller is not allowed contact with the immediate family members of the woman who died.

The judge also ordered Miller to install a Transdermal Alcohol Monitoring system before release and not tamper with or remove the system without court approval.

Miller is also ordered not to leave Wisconsin without permission of the Court.

The court document says Miller may not operate a motor vehicle and may not possess any alcohol on his person, in any residence, or occupied motor vehicle.

Cash bond was set at $10,000 and a preliminary hearing is scheduled for August 30th at 8:30 a.m. at the Calumet County Courthouse.

WEDNESDAY 8/22/2018 12:16 p.m.

22-year-old Codi Miller of Kaukauna has been charged on multiple Felony counts and one Misdemeanor: 

  1. Homicide by Intoxicated Use of Vehicle (2nd+). Felony C
  2. Homicide by Intoxicated Use of Vehicle with Prohibited Alcohol Concentration (2nd+). Felony C
  3. Knowingly Operating Motor Vehicle While Revoked-Cause Death of Another. Felony H
  4. OWI-Cause Injury. Felony H
  5. Operating with Prohibited Alcohol Concentration-Cause Injury (2+). Felony H
  6. Knowingly Operating Motor Vehicle While Revoked-Cause Great Bodily Harm to Another. Felony I
  7. Failure to Install Ignition Interlock Device-Violate Court Order. Misd. U

According to the criminal complaint, DOT records indicated that Miller was revoked due to alcohol and had three prior OWI convictions (July 15, 2017, September 18, 2016, October 5, 2014).

The complaint also says DOT records indicated Miller had a .02 operating restriction.

According to the complaint, Miller had a .210 blood alcohol content on the evening of the incident.

WEDNESDAY 8/22/2018 9:14 a.m.

The Calumet County Sheriff’s Department says 22-year-old Codi Miller of  Kaukauna is being held at the Calumet County jail facing homicide charges after a fatal motorcycle crash.

Officials say Miller is being charged with homicide by intoxicated use of a motor vehicle and knowingly operating while his license was revoked. 

The woman killed in the crash has been identified as Kimberly Anderson. 

The 13-year-old boy remains in critical condition at Children’s Hospital of Milwaukee. 

TUESDAY 8/21/2018 5:42 p.m.

The Calumet County Sheriff’s Department says one person is in custody after a motorcycle vs. bicycle crash Sunday night. 

A court appearance is scheduled for Wednesday. 

ORIGINAL STORY

MONDAY 8/20/2018 5:32 A.M.

One woman is dead and alcohol is believed to be a factor after a motorcycle vs. bicycle crash Sunday night.

The Calumet County Sheriff’s Department says it happened around 8:19 p.m. when they were notified of the crash at the intersection of State Park Road and County Highway KK.

The department says a 13-year-old male from Appleton was southbound on State Park Road crossing County Highway KK when his bicycle was struck by a motorcycle. He was transported to ThedaCare Regional Medical Center Neenah by ambulance, and later flown to Milwaukee Children’s Hospital, and is in stable condition.

The Sheriff’s Department says the motorcycle, driven by a 22-year-old man from Kaukauna, was traveling eastbound on County Highway KK. The driver was transported to ThedaCare Regional Medical Center Neenah with non-life threatening injuries.

The passenger of the motorcycle, a 53-year-old woman from Appleton, died at the scene due to injuries she sustained.

The crash remains under investigation. 

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